Phoenix Movies Channel

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Phoenix Movies Channel
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Launched August 28, 1998
Owned by Phoenix Television
Country Hong Kong
Broadcast area China, South Korea, Japan
Sister channel(s) Phoenix InfoNews Channel
SBS Channel 13
Skylife(Korea) Channel 206
(South Korea)
Channel 324
CJ Hellovision
(South Korea)
Channel 162
KT Olleh TV
(South Korea)
Channel 142
(South Korea)
Channel 202
Phoenix Movies Channel
Traditional Chinese 鳳凰衛視電影台
Simplified Chinese 凤凰卫视电影台
Hanyu Pinyin Fènghuáng Wèishì Diànyǐng Tái

Phoenix Movies Channel is one of the six channels that Phoenix Television operates. It was launched on 28 August 1998 and serves as an encrypted pay-television service. Currently the encrypted signal is beamed via AsiaSat 3S across Mainland China and Korea (Via SBS). In the beginning, it was broadcast via cable in Hong Kong, and via satellite to Taiwan, and other regions worldwide besides the mainland. Due to stiff competition from other Chinese movie channels, the channel was withdrawn from those regions.

The movies are aired in their original language and occasionally comes with Chinese Subtitles (China) and Korean Subtitles (Korea).

Phoenix Movies Channel showcases Hollywood blockbusters, Chinese top hits as well as international award-winning titles. Over 280 movie titles are shown each month, of which 80% are Asian productions from libraries including Golden Harvest, Golden Princess and Media Asia featuring renowned directors like Wong Kar-wai, Tsui Hark, as well as top artists such as Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-fat, Tony Leung, Maggie Chow, Michelle Yeoh, Andy Lau, Stephen Chow, and Leon Lai.

The remaining 20% of the programming comprises Hollywood and international blockbusters. To preserve the originality of the movies, all films are shown in original soundtracks with Chinese subtitles.

Related Channels

External links

  • Official Site with Schedules Via STAR TV
  • Phoenix Movies Site in Chinese
  • Introduction Site
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